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On 07/24/2015 09:56 AM, toki wrote:
On 07/24/2015 01:31 PM, Tom Williams wrote:

Does anyone here have any experience with LO Writer and "complex documents"? 
I've had as many as 10,000 images in a single document. OOo 2.x didn't
balk when I created it. Libo 5.0 beta does have any problems when I edit
that document.

LibO had no problems with an outline that was 50,000 pages long. (That
project is on temporary hold, whilst I verify that GIT backup for LibO
works as advertised. My current estimate is that the completed document
will be 5,000,000 pages.)

I've had as many as 10 different writing systems in one document.
LibO does has some issues correctly displaying them, especially when
they are intermixed in the same sentence, and a Pan-Unicode font is not
being used. (FWIW, when using two or more writing systems that are BiDi,
CTL, or CJVK, use a Pan-Unicode font, to minimize display issues.)
Well, I think this certainly serves as a great example of a very complex
document.  :)

I've submitted on LO Writer bug where Writer didn't handle Word
documents with pages with different page orientations well. 
If one is not paying attention to what one is doing, when changing page
styles, one can unintentionally change the wrong pages to the wrong page

Understood and I can easily see this happening. I've never created a
document like this, but I've imported a couple MS Word documents that
had a mixture of landscape and portrait pages and Writer applied one
page orientation to the entire document.  This has since been fixed.


"The other" Tom

/When we dance, you have a way with me,
Stay with me... Sway with me.../

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